Saturday, December 5, 2009


Here's Audrey in "How to Steal a Million."


Adorable, No?

And here's a lace mask I stumbled upon over at The Audrey Hepburn Complex:


Hmmm....looks like it'd be pretty easy to make. Actually it just looks like black lace trim.
I don't know where I would pull this off but I love it.

And here's the original again, because now you should look at her amazing glitter eyeshadow.



And a couple more stills from the movie, because she sported some fantastic outfits.




Rain boots + pink lacy shift = WIN
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It's a really great movie, and I'm not just saying that because of the clothes.

13 comments:

MrJeffery said...

what an inspired post! hepburn is too lovely. the lace mask is tres cool. peace.

Style Porn said...

I've never seen it! But I love that lace mask/veil. I think a trip to the fabric store is in order quite soon...

Lainey said...

Audrey Hepburn is undoubtedly one of the prettiest woman to have ever lived. I love the idea of a lace mask. Very mysterious and yet, still very open.

Keith said...

Hey there. How are you today? I hope you've been enjoying the weekend. Take care. Have a great week ahead. Cheers!

Melissa said...

Hepburn is as timeless as Black Lace.

J'adore this post!

Indiana Jones said...

why have i not seen this movie????
this looks amazing

Jenn said...

oh my goodness i just love all her movies mainly for the outifts! :)
let us know if you decide to make the lace thingy and what it looks like.

...love Maegan said...

my all-time favorite movie.

Django et Coco said...

This is lovely! Thank you for sharing this inspirational post!

-Coco from Our Paper Moon

A. said...

I adore the images you come up with!

Also, yes I DO watch Family Guy-- not only do I recognize the aHWHILE reference, I use it. A lot. And my boyfriend actually says "Roo-een" instead of "ruin," so I'm eerily familiar with Stewie speak.

I think we are brain twins haha

-Allie!
missmaterialist.blogspot.com

Faridah said...

It really is! Audrey is a vision with wonderful style.

Aly said...

That movie is my favorite Audrey film next to My Fair Lady Hepburn. Love your blog!

Amanda Lalique said...

Audrey Hepburn is class and elegance... I love her clean style... and the sexy lace.

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